Kinistinaw Park

Swirls of purple, green and black – I couldn’t stop snapping as the girls rode around me in this tiny-but-fun rubber-pased play area at Kinistinaw park in The Quarters area of Edmonton’s Boyle Street neighbourhood. This new gathering space was quiet today, but I expect its popularity will increase as the city moves into phase 2 of development. Right now, Kinistinâw Park is a beautiful wooden walkway under a gorgeous red canopy. There is ample seating throughout. Phase 2 is expected to include a water play area and a natural park.

The red awning has a flower pattern on its underside as well as down its sides. The art, called “Family Pattern” was designed by Métis artist Tiffany Shaw-Collinge. According to her website, the flowers are designed to represent traditional Cree/Métis beading patterns. The website also notes that Kinsitinâw is Plains Cree for “us three”.


10249 – 96 Street
Edmonton, Alberta


Baby Swings: no
Standard Swing: no
Baby/Parent Swing: no
2 person Swing: no
Saucer Swing: no
Accessible Swing: no
Digger: no
Music Features: no
Zipline: no
Zipline Spinner: no
Accessible Features: Yes

Ground Cover

Rubber: Yes
Sand: no
Turf: no
Wood Chips: no


School: no
Washrooms: no
Splash Park: no
Dinosaurs the Exhibition is the feature at TELUS World of Science Edmonton

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